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    Quote Originally Posted by david b
    I've been told by a major photo dealer in NC that Ilford claims business as usual and nothing is going to change.
    just curious--but what dealer in NC?

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    Not ashamed to admit I'm already stocking up on Pan F and FP4+ ....... and errrrrm yep Rodinal

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    By now I stocked Pan-f on 35mm and 120. FP4 and HP5 on 4x5. Should be good for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
    Not ashamed to admit I'm already stocking up on Pan F and FP4+ ....... and errrrrm yep [SIZE=7]Rodinal[/SIZE]
    IRM 4-ever!

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    Morton I'm sure you have a built in 6th sense for when anyone uses the word RODINAL, my new Sig going to drive you crazy LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
    Morton I'm sure you have a built in 6th sense for when anyone uses the word RODINAL, my new Sig going to drive you crazy LOL
    You are right, TP!

    I have bought 5 bottles recently. Just to be sure that I have enough for some time...And when my paycheck is arriving I will stock up on Pan F and Delta 100 + a little Delta 3200 (which I like for concerts, but that Rodinal not copes that well with though).

    Viva Rodinal!

    Morten!

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    I'm with you on Delta 3200 as well but still have to give it a try in Rodinal, any suggestions on times for Rodinal 1+50 so I can see what it looks like?

    "Viva Rodinal!" Seconded!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
    I'm with you on Delta 3200 as well but still have to give it a try in Rodinal, any suggestions on times for Rodinal 1+50 so I can see what it looks like?

    "Viva Rodinal!" Seconded!!
    I have used it with Rodinal 1+25 for 18 minutes and still had thin negs. So 1+50 I don't even think about...But dev. time would probably be 30 minutes or more...I use HC-110 and T-Max with it. T-Max for 3200 and up and of course when I'm pushing it to 12500 or 25000 and HC-110 for 1600, 3200 and maybe 6400. Anyone who would recommend Microphen?

    Rodinal for anything below 200 ISO...That's my favourite!

    Morten

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    So far I have always used DD-X for Delta 3200 which gives acceptable results and is good for dare I mention film scanning to the D word lol. Would love to try Delta 3200 for some good old sharp grain for the occasional use

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwfans
    The reason I choose to get Pan-f is because it is the current slowest traditional b&w film in the market.
    Efke 25 would hold this distinction, wouldn't it?
    Film is cheap. Opportunities are priceless.

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